Goodnight Alumni Spotlight: Hadley Bryan
Goodnight Scholars Alum, Hadley Bryan ’17 was set on attending medical school when first entering NC State as a Human Biology Major. But, after an inspiring Genetics course and a Goodnight Scholars enrichment grant experience, Hadley transitioned to a fulfilling […]
Successful Scholarship Interviews Start with Two Words
The feeling of disappointment is palpable, and I am comfortable with it.
New Goodnight Scholars Program Promo Video Debuts
What exactly does it mean to be a Goodnight Scholar at NC State University? A love for puns is a must.
A Newfound Home
Many ups and downs led to the moment when the Transfer Class of 2019’s Richard Trevorrow could call NC State “home.”
2016-2017 Goodnight Scholars Annual Report
Recapping an exciting 2016-2017 academic year of the Goodnight Scholars Program at NC State.
Goodnight Scholars Program Selects 100 Finalists for Class of 2021
100 finalists from 44 North Carolina counties will participate in the Program’s 3rd annual Finalist Interview Day on February 25th in the James B. Hunt J. Library on Centennial Campus.
Goodnight Scholars Program Presents: Epibone CEO Nina Tandon
The Goodnight Scholars Program brings TED Senior Fellow and EpiBone CEO, Dr. Nina Tandon, to NC State for talk on the human tissue engineering revolution. RALEIGH, September 26, 2016 – The Goodnight Scholars Program at NC State has announced the […]
2016-2017 Goodnight Scholars Program student leaders are ready for BIG things and BIG challenges at NC State. 64 Goodnight Scholars spanning the Program’s four classes will take on an assortment of traditional and new leadership roles in the community for […]
The Goodnight Scholars Program Announces Class of 2020
The ninth class of Goodnight Scholars at NC State represents 29 North Carolina counties and 21 different STEM and education majors. RALEIGH, May 2, 2016 – The Goodnight Scholars Program at NC State University revealed the 50 students selected for its […]
Fun Fact: In the 5th grade, Liesl lost a spelling bee because of the word “pollen.” Fun Fact: In the 5th grade, I lost a spelling bee because of the word “pollen.” Picture a little four foot-something, 60 pound Liesl. […]